Breakfast Blend Breakfast Blend
Breakfast Blend $14.95
  Savor the rich and full-bodied flavor of Breakfast Blend coffee. This smooth coffee is made from 100% Arabica beans that are grown using sustainable and eco-friendly methods. The beans are carefully selected from small-scale farms and roasted to perfection, creating a bright, well-balanced coffee with floral notes and citrus undertones. Whether you're starting your day or taking a break, this coffee is the perfect pick-me-up. Our direct trade procurement practices ensure that our coffee is not only delicious, but also responsibly sourced. Enjoy a cup of Breakfast Blend coffee today and taste the difference!
French Roast French Roast
French Roast $14.95
  Experience the bold and intense flavor of French Roast coffee. Made from 100% Arabica beans, this dark roast coffee has a rich and robust taste with hints of dark chocolate and a velvety finish. The beans are carefully selected from sustainable and eco-friendly sources, ensuring that each cup is both delicious and responsible. Our French Roast coffee supports fair trade practices, ensuring that you can enjoy your coffee with peace of mind. Whether you're looking to start your day with a bold cup or unwind after a long day, French Roast coffee is the perfect blend to brew. 
Sumatra Sumatra
Sumatra $14.95
  Discover the rich and earthy flavor of our single origin Sumatra coffee. Roasted using organic arabica beans grown in the lush and volcanic soil of Sumatra, this dark roast coffee has a bold taste with notes of dark chocolate and a subtle earthy finish. The beans are hand-selected and carefully roasted to bring out their natural flavors and aromas, creating a coffee that is both satisfying and delicious. These beans were grown in Aceh (pronounced AH-CHEY) which is the northernmost province of Sumatra, Indonesia. It is highland territory, surrounding Lake Laut Tawar and the local city of Takengon. Coffee farms in this area are managed with the experience of many generations of cultivation, while also harmoniously woven into their surrounding tropical forests. The canopies are loud and fields are almost impenetrably thick with coffee, fruit trees and vegetables, all of which are constantly flushing with new growth. Year-round mists and rain showers never cease, farm floors are spongy and deep with compost, and almost every square meter of the region seems to exude life. Nothing is ever still. Start your day with a cup of Sumatra coffee and enjoy a taste of the exotic!
Costa Rica Costa Rica
Costa Rica $14.95
  Indulge in the sweet and satisfying flavor of our single origin Costa Rica coffee. Made with 100% Arabica beans, this medium roast coffee has notes of lemon, peach, and caramel. Each cup is expertly crafted to bring out the best flavors and aromas, making it the perfect addition to your morning routine. This coffee is not only delicious, but also responsibly sourced.  Grown in the San Marcos de Tarrazú region of Costa Rica, by a cooperative made up of over 4,000 small member farms, the cooperative is designed to receive cherries from its members and consistently process their coffee into a well-balanced regional blend called La Pastora. Like clockwork, a parade of vehicles of all sizes, from pick-up trucks to dump trucks coming from central receiving stations, arrive in the late afternoon full of cherries that were picked during the day. The cherries are quickly weighed and placed in a large tank with water to remove the less dense beans that float to the top inside the cherry. Next the cherries are depulped and pass through a demucilager that mechanically strips the mucilage from the beans. All of this is done with a recycling water system. The washed beans move down from the wet-mill through a long elevated conveyor belt into a machine that uses forced air to shed any remaining water. The coffee then passes through a series of dryers to gently reduce the moisture to 11 percent. All of this happens in a matter of just over 72 hours, which seems fast until you stop to consider that not a minute is wasted in the process. After all this, the coffee is rested for a period of at least a month in silos and then milled for export with another equally impressive series of machines dedicated to dehulling and sorting green beans by weight and color. The cooperative has an equally intricate model of income diversification with a profitable agriculture supply and grocery store. Cooperative members also receive access to low interest loans and healthcare ensuring fair compensation in exchange for quality coffee production.